The Bears got to see some of rookie Mitch Trubisky last season as he took the reigns over the last couple of games for the Bears, showing them a glimpse of their future.
Website Newarena.com is ranking all 32 starting QB’s around the NFL, and Trubisky isn’t getting much love, as he’s ranked 30th of 32 QB’s in their latest poll.
Here’s what they said about the Bears QB entering 2018.
2017 stats: 196-for-330 (59.4%), 2,193 passing yards, 7 touchdowns, 7 interceptions, 41 carries, 248 rushing yards, 2 rushing touchdowns
The Jay Cutler era officially ended in 2016, and the Mike Glennon era didn’t last for much of 2017. Trubisky has fully taken the reins, leading Chicago to a 4-8 record in the 12 games he started in Year 1. Chicago’s ridiculously conservative run-first (and run always) offense has many wondering if Trubisky will ever develop into an above-average passer at the NFL level. It’s still way too early to draw any conclusions, as Bears fans are hoping new head coach Matt Nagy can have a similar effect that Sean McVay had on Jared Goff.